The Pantera Owners Club of America
|Posted by victory747 on June 16, 2011 at 5:59 PM|
Just a quick heads-up for any of you within striking distance of Tacoma:
I have used a place called "Metal Magic" several times over the last few years for removal of dings, etc. The other day I came out of a Forza Coffee shop and watched as the guy who parked next to me rammed his door into the side of my Magnum, and then he simply drove away. Even though he dented the door and it went through to the primer, Lou Wells, the owner of Metal Magic, was able to r...Read Full Post »
|Posted by victory747 on October 16, 2010 at 1:07 PM|
PANTERA ENGINE REMOVAL
A collection of steps gained from experience, and notes gathered with many thanks from Doug Braun and Chuck Melton's website.
A Few Notes:
To remove or install the engine in a Pantera, it is best to keep the engine and transaxle as a unit. This pro...
|Posted by victory747 on October 2, 2010 at 12:32 PM|
For those of you located North of Seattle (in the Birch Bay area), here is the contact info for the guy who transported my recalcitrant Pantera from there to University place. His name is Tony, and he did a great job, being very careful not to damage the front spoiler, which only gives me about 3" of ground clearance.
120 3rd Street
PO Box 164
Sumas, WA 98295
call 24/7/365: 1-360-988-4702
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|Posted by victory747 on September 6, 2010 at 11:27 PM|
If you are new to your Pantera, or are just looking to avoid reinventing
the wheel when considering upgrades to your P-car, here is perhaps the most
complete list of what-to's and how-to's out there, all with links to tech
articles and websites to fill in the blanks. Prepared by Garth Roderick's,
a long standing POCA member.Read Full Post »